I have a sweet 11 month old cat named Lilo. She’s an indoor only cat and has always been extremely healthy. My husband and I recently adopted a new kitten to keep her company, 2 month old stitch. After 3 days with Stitch, we noticed that his eyes were getting swollen and he was sneezing a lot. We decided to take him to the vet where he tested positive for the feline leukemia virus. We immediately separated him from Lilo, cleaned out her entire litter box and bowls. Stitch had his own, but they would get into each other’s things now and again. Today, I noticed that Lilo was less Playful, her left eye was swollen, and she spit up some saliva and was dry heaving. We took her to the vet, and they told us that it was too soon to test her for the leukemia virus due to the fact that she was only recently exposed. Has anyone else been in this situation? How likely is it that Lilo contracted the virus after only a few days of exposure? I’m so heart broken and I’m praying that my sweet babies will be ok. Thank you.